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Exeter, CA: New ordinance is not breed-specific

Exeter City Council members meet in public session at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 127 North F St., Exeter. Information: 592-3710.

Previous alerts for Exeter: http://stopbsl.com/?s=exeter

Thanks to Pawsitive Attention Pet Services for this update.

Exeter takes new look at dog law; City Council to check out revised ordinance Tuesday

BY GERALD CARROLL • gcarroll@visalia.gannett.com • April 24, 2010

Exeter officials have taken the bite out of a proposed vicious-dog ordinance by making it nonbreed-specific, interim city administrator Felix Ortiz reported Friday.

Full story retrieved April 25, 2010 from http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/article/20100424/NEWS01/4240315

Exeter, CA: Exeter council delays vote on dog ordinance

Previous alert for Exeter: http://stopbsl.com/2010/02/08/exeter-ca-city-council-to-consider-bsl-that-violates-state-law-feb-9/

Exeter council delays vote on dog ordinance

Staff reports • February 9, 2010

By a 5-0 vote Tuesday night, the Exeter City Counci voted to delay a vote on a controversial dog ordinance that would have targeted certain breeds for especially stiff licensing requirements and harsh confinement.

[…] No date was set to revisit the ordinance.[…]

Full article retrieved 2/10/10 from http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/article/20100209/NEWS01/100209017/Exeter+council+delays+vote+on+dog+ordinance

Exeter, CA: City council to consider BSL that violates state law, Feb 9

Thanks to Jodi for this alert:

California state law PROHIBITS breed specific legislation (with the exception of mandatory spay/neuter for specific breeds). The Exeter City Council is considering an ordinance that would regulate the ownership of:
Pit bulls, Rottweilers, Chow Chows, Akitas, Doberman Pinschers, Anatolian Shepherds, Wolf/wolf hybrids

This issue will be heard by the council on Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.

Please send your POLITE, RESPECTFUL AND INFORMATIVE opposition to breed specific legislation, as well as viable alternatives and suggestions for the council’s consideration.  The meeting is TUESDAY, so please get your letters out ASAP.

Jodi Preis
Bless the Bullys
www.blessthebullys.com

City of Exeter, 137 North “F” Street, PO Box 237, Exeter, CA  93221
Phone (559) 592-9244
Fax (559) 592-3556
exetercity@aol.com

Mayor Victor Howell
City Councilmembers
Charles Norman
Leon Ooley
Jon Stearns
Bailey Hagar Jr.

Full text of the proposed ordinance: http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/assets/pdf/J415135725.PDF

Exeter proposal would regulate certain dog breeds

BY HILLARY S. MEEKS
hmeeks@visalia.gannett.com
February 6, 2010

[…]Some of the rules that dog owners […] would have to follow are:

  • Owners would have to have the animals spayed and neutered.
  • The listed breeds would be limited to one per household.
  • The breeds would not be allowed outside, even in a fenced yard, unless in a “securely enclosed and locked pen or kennel, except when leashed and muzzled.” The pens would need a secure top, and any structures built to house dogs would have to comply with city zoning and building regulations.
  • A “Beware of Dog” sign would have to be put on the premises.
  • All owners or others with such dogs would have to within 10 days of ownership provide proof of public liability insurance for a single incident of $50,000 for bodily injury or death or for damage to property.[…]

Full article retrieved 2/8/10 from http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/article/20100206/NEWS01/2060506/Exeter-proposal-would-regulate-certain-dog-breeds